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Sep 24, 2012 12:00am PDT
. the "washington post" bob woodward, the bbc's katty kay, nbc's kelly o'donnell, and "time"'s joe klein. first up on this 10th anniversary show, mitt romney's losing weeks has conservatives panicked. they might lose to the president who was vulnerable, but this could trim conservative sales. could they keep stone walling the president as the country gets closer to that fiscal cliff? the stone walling did unite republicans until now. bob woodward's new book, "the price of politics" quotes the president, there were very prominent republicans in the caucus who told me to my face that the view in the caucus was getting a deal with me would ensure my re-election. bob woodward, it's great to have you on. congratulations on your big new book, "the price of politics." is it true that the brand depended on fighting him to the last man like british style discipline, can they keep it up if they lose the election? >> there are scenes in the book where eric cantor, the majority leader who is much more affiliated with the tea party assembles people like paul ryan in the republican caucus in the house and they
Sep 23, 2012 10:00am EDT
>> reporter: the building is an inn built in the 1790s in the town of boonsboro maryland just a few miles from her home. it is is now up and running after a multimillion dollar renovation. >> the building itself had changed and deteriorated over the years but there were features in here that were extremely important for us to respect like the arch ways >> reporter: the arch ways are great. roberts' personally designed each of the inn's guest rooms in honor of a famous couple in literature. there's one dedicated to elizabeth and darcy from pride and prejudice. >> so it's got a little reej ensy flavor >> reporter: jane and rochester from jane ayer. and even eve and rourke from her science fiction series >> if i can't name a room after my own characters in my own inn, who can? so this is much more contemporary or a little bit futuristic with touches like the chairs and the pop of orange in the antiquey looking dresser. >> reporter: roberts used the renovation of the inn as the back drop for a fictional trilogy about boonsboro. and the town is something of a family preoccupation. her son owns the
Sep 17, 2012 12:00am PDT
is start a comprehensive argument about what is the u.s. policy post eye rab spring? he's yet to make that argument and if he doesn't, he's going to look more crass and opportunistic and less insightful. chris: you cover the white house, helene, what was their reaction among the people actually around the president when they saw romney jump on this thing and -- in such an awkward way? >> i think they were shocked. such an unforced and unnecessary error on mitt romney's part. and at that moment, president obama, when he came out with that statement, president obama was talking to having a one-hour conversation with the israeli prime minister on the phone. they were also getting a lot of reports that they knew at that point that the libyan embassy was under siege. they didn't know that ambassador christopher stevens, he was unaccounted for then. there were a lot of fast-moving things. the white house didn't react right away to mitt romney's statement. the obama campaign didn't immediately put out a -- sent out an email saying we are shocked that ultr you would politicize something right
Sep 10, 2012 12:00am PDT
democrats were doing in the 1990's. >> how many -- chris: how many people think hillary clinton doesn't want to be president? >> maybe she doesn't know it yet. chris: i love that answer. predictions from these top so the 9:15 meeting looks like it's going to start a little late... um, but i uh... (interupting) oh okay - okay yup that's fine. excuse me - sorry. yes! vo: from the new, to the hard to find: when it's on your mind, it's on ebay™. chris: welcome back. michael, tell me something i don't know. >> the important number out of charlotte is 50, as in 50 million, that's the goal that democratic superp.a.c. leaders, rom emmanuel is taking over -- rahm emanuel, is taking over, that they think they can raise. chris: trish? >> given the jobs numbers on friday, the expectation is that they will engage in another round of bond buying to try to stimulate the economy. so far -- chris: the market? >> the market loves this but it's like an addictive sugar high. >> wisconsin, increasing signs that romney will campaign more aggressively there. paul ryan has a hefty congressional campaign account h
Sep 30, 2012 10:00am EDT
on the mary tyler moore show back in the 1970s. all these years later he's commanding our attention once again, this time in a brand new role on broadway. rit a braver has this sunday profile. >> i'll tell you what. i'll try you out for a couple of weeks and see if it works out. if i don't like you, i'll fire you. if you don't like me, i'll fire you. >> reporter: he found his way into our hearts playing the cantankerous but endearing news director lou grant on the mary tyler moore show. >> excuse me, ted. mary, would you please give those cue cards to this idiot. >> reporter: since then, he's played scores of tv and movie roles from santa claus in elf... >> your father, he's on the naughty list. >> no! reporter: ... to voicing the adventure seeking widower in up. >> i'll send you a postcard from paradise. >> reporter: but now ed asner is about to open on broadway. his name an obvious draw on the marquis. >> yeah, it's lazarus risen from the dead. >> reporter: i don't think so but i do think it's... your name is so familiar. >> oh, stop hyping me. keep it up. keep it up. >> reporter: but there'
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